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important it was to have an education outside, to be able to speak another language, and it would help me through my life in the future. i wanted actually to be an architect and an engineer like my uncles were, but because of the cuba -- instead of going to the university of miami, which i was accepted, i decided to go and fight for my country. c-span: what did you learn in pennsylvania about what your own interests were, in pennsylvania, when you went to school there? did you -- what did you begin to think were going to be your interests, and where did you go after school? >> guest: well, my interest when i went to high school first there was engineering and architecture, but as things turned different in cuba, back in 1959, when fidel took over, i concentrated my thoughts on being able to return to my county, and that is the thing that prevailed then and now. i think it is my main objective in life. that is why i went to the training camps in -- first, the one in the dominican republic, that was the first action that we had, and it was not with the agency at the time, it was back in 195
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